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Yokohama Parada Spec-X 255/45 R20 105V summer Review



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Revainrating 4.5 out of 5  
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Description of Yokohama Parada Spec-X 255/45 R20 105V summer

Yokohama Parada Spec-X PA02 tires are designed specifically for modern SUVs. The directional original tread pattern helps reduce noise levels, even tread wear and enhances acceleration and braking. Efficient water evacuation from the contact patch improves grip on wet roads. The design of the tire gives a stable behavior when cornering. Yokohama PA02 tires are high performance and excellent handling.


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Revainrating 4 out of 5

It was a reasonable purchase, I will order more.

I choose my summer tires after reading evaluations on aliexpress and other Western websites. People were drawn to the Parada Spec-X by its effectiveness and favorable reviews. In fact, the Michelin Latitude Alpin LA2 winter Velcro adheres to the road more better and is more elastic, but it also absorbs shocks like the joints on overpasses with ease. Driving enjoyment, certainly. But it produces a sound that is almost identical to a winter Michelin tire's howl or hum, the tone of which varies…

  • appearance (brutalnenko), cost, and comfort while driving - Off-season (although it is debatable whether this is a benefit or a drawback).
  • - Noise-hum (the music is playing loudly, yet the author writes "quiet")

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Reliable product for all occasions, quality on par.

With its positives being: Wet handling Keeps its shape well in the corners Includes protection for the disk There were no punctures for a period of four years. 12.5 kilograms in weight with a size of 225/65/17 This large and still peaceful. Some cons: For the first year, I was stoned. For the fourth season, with only a couple of millimeters left, she started to swim, and it became far more difficult to maintain a straight line.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Good product, not disappointed.

I modified the standard profiles on two high-end vehicles—a crossover and an SUV—to lesser ones. In example, I reduced this Yokohama's regular size of 285/60/18 to 285/50/20. The sensitivity to the rut grew significantly on both automobiles; it now drags in and throws out, which is extremely unsafe! Gentlemen, do not pursue a low European rubber profile for our roads; it is a terrible idea since in ruts, handling decreases by 2/3, as opposed to a 5% rise on a flat road. It turns out that we…

  • Soft cost.
  • modest in appearance.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A wonderful product, it's nice to use.

I've been using this tire model on both the Honda CR-V 2.4 and the Mitsubishi Outlander 3.0/GT for at least ten years. This tire is, in my view, the greatest I have ever used. I chose what was best for me. I'll be riding on it as it's being made. has various benefits: Tenacious, if required, rapidly exit the secondary route; this reduces tire rotation and improves the effectiveness of braking. It acts appropriately on both the track and the dirt; it climbs into a clay hill after rain with no…

I see her once every month and a half. If the overall handling is a 4, then it's no better than a 3 or 4 in the rain. To me, it's not worth the compromise in quality (between cheap tires and Michelin latitude sport). The price of the Michelin was justified, in my opinion. There are benefits to it: Joints are not jarred and there is minimal noise (subjective). Excellent grip; despite the car's size and weight, it has never skidded under braking or during a curve. Not easily followed or detected.

An excellent tire. The SUV I drove was quite customizable. Active driving "burned out" sports tires in a single season. The tire is built to last! There are at most four seasons a year. When I first bought it, I completely forgot about it. The brakes are awful, but I occasionally enjoy to anneal at peak speed. and the same is true with a light tread. The only time it won't work is if there's a deluge. I'm back for more!

  • Comfort, long-term durability (three to four years), and the absence of kolley
  • It's not uncommon for pebbles to get caught in the tread. ALL!

Revainrating 3 out of 5

A little bit not what I expected, generally fine.

Those reviews convinced me to buy this tire. But I guess I said too soon:( For me, finding tires that are resistant to rutting and aquaplaning was a top priority. Even though I had it sized at 275x40x20, the tire tested at a kolleyness of 5+. Great road holding ability. I took a nighttime trip across Hong Kong, during which it poured steadily for the latter portion of the journey. When going beyond 80 mph, hydroplaning becomes very noticeable. The evaluations on this site claim that it…

  • Break out of your rut
  • Hydroplaning is loud and forceful.

Impressions Oh, and those tires are awesome. Size 285/50R20 They are not making any noise, which makes the lack of a "Quiet" icon all the more perplexing. I can hear the wind while driving, but no one else is around. They go in a straight line, but to no destination. It has a moderately firm sidewall. They have no fear when driving through water. I really like the tread design. The car's acceleration became smoother and quicker. They stop abruptly, which is OK because a crisis has already…

  • Super!
  • I had driven 800 miles before I finally located it. I wish they were less expensive, but their pricing is that.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A valuable purchase, some advantages!

An incredible tire; if you're shopping for a crossover, this should be your first and only choice because it was designed specifically for that vehicle type. According to the assessments, if you choose for a sedan, it might not be quite as charming. In principle, it is okay if an early snowball catches you by surprise and you don't change your shoes because it says M + S i. E. on the rubber in my dimension. I wish you the very best, and may your journey be incredibly relaxing and risk-free.

  • Purchased in size 235x65 R18 for use on a Nissan Murano. Even though I had read nothing but glowing reviews about it, I was nonetheless taken aback by how well everything turned out. - I drive quite quickly and dynamically, and I am able to detect even the tiniest imbalance almost instantly. When I used the old rubber for the season, I had to balance the wheels four times due to pounding and vibrations, which is what led to the decision to replace them. Using this tire, the first attempt at balancing it was successful with no need for any additional comments. - The vehicle is now easier to navigate, and this improvement is most noticeable when switching lanes. The handling of the Murano is now comparable to that of a sedan; possibly this is because the tire in question is relatively lightweight. Additionally, its weight is linked to a reduction in the amount of gasoline consumed per 100 kilometers, which is a negligible but welcome improvement. - Amazing comfort, the Murano was designed with a "soft" suspension, but with these tires, it is generally as comfy as a luxury Mercedes, making you want to keep going. Although no one has been able to eliminate the noise caused by the friction of the tire on the asphalt, the background noise is quite low and does not annoy anyone (external soundproofing of the wheel arches is done). - The rutting of the road and unevenness are not bothersome as all, and the car drives itself; there is no need to apply the brakes, and driving is completely risk-free and comfortable. Holding the steering wheel with one hand allows you to both relax and engage the "cruise control" feature while going around the track.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Just super, it's beautifully made, I'm very happy with it.

Vehicle: GX 470. It cost me 60,000. Was really pleasantly pleased when I put, went, and. It is incredibly soft, even in comparison to the winter hakkapelita (265/65/17) and the enormous 20th slippers are hardly noticeable. Pleasant rustling on the pavement, yet quite quiet. Puddles, even deep passes, don't cause the water to slow down and cause aquaplaning. The handling is incredible, just like on rails. Now, if we focus on the details, the tread pattern is attractive and lends the Jeep some…

  • Excellent handling on dry and wet roads; soft and silent; no hydroplaning even in very deep puddles; dirt also rides nicely; and beautiful tread pattern
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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Im amazed! It was definitely worth the money!

I seldom ever leave reviews, but I do read them before making a purchase. I made the decision to write a review regarding this purchase because I am so happy with it. purchased an Audi Q5 with German-made Dunlop Sportmaxx GT tires. Not a tire, but one misunderstanding. Maybe everything is in order in Germany on perfect roads, but our car just jumps out of the rut, you have to grip the wheel tightly with both hands, and in general, I'm not enjoying driving at all in the first month of operation.

  • This tire is a true treasure. There is no such thing as a rut for her.
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Revainrating 3 out of 5

It has some flaws but the product is usable.

Like you, I was overjoyed at first, but that quickly faded when I realized how quickly it was wearing out. You may confidently paraphrase one of the following observations after seeing it in practice on nearly all kinds of roads: one set of tires good for up to two seasons. Benefits from: The directed tread pattern - at the output got reasonable steadiness: you can't feel a shallow rut if it's not extremely rolled. Superb maneuverability and capability for driving across rough terrain, even…

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Perfect purchase for me, exactly what I was looking for!

Rubber was overjoyed at the good news. When there was a truck on the highway, I once witnessed a car being put up, which resulted in the automobile rolling out of the setup at a very sluggish speed. When I applied the brakes, I was afraid that the front bumper might make contact with the road. But in the end, everything turned out okay. Using vegetable automobiles is a complete and utter waste of time. It will be the same, and potentially even a step down from, normal tires. There is nothing…

  • Excellent grip on asphalt. Despite the fact that my driving style may have contributed to this, I was never successful in making the rubber squeal. After using it for a few different seasons, I eventually decided to sell it separately from the car. Surprisingly, there was a healthy amount of demand, and the price was set appropriately. The wear and tear was not very obvious.
  • The price was fairly exorbitant at the time of purchase, coming in at around $500 for each tire. When there was a flood and there was around 5 to 8 inches (13 to 21 centimeters) of water on the roadway, I "floated," and I had to go slower than a Lada:-) It is true that the width of the tires is to blame for this issue; the specification in question was 275/45 / R20.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

An ideal product for any type of consumer.

happy with the tires. It appears to be softer than the winter Nokian Hakapelita 8 at first glance. Certainly not harder. Despite the aggressive tread pattern, noise, which one may argue is weak, does not disturb. The most intriguing part is that I switched to rubber shoes right away, rather than waiting for the promised spring weather. What caused me to run into both ice and snow a week later? Despite it being July, the tire seemed secure in the snow. She naturally slipped on the ice, as do all

  • Comfortable - absorbs a lot of bumps, low noise - without a doubt, the tire's sound cannot be switched off, the track is not felt - On a bump, the steering wheel is still simple to manage.
  • Rips over the ice))) didn't wait for a typical spring, ran in both snow and ice after changing shoes.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Reliable purchase, guaranteed to be a good purchase.

I bought this rubber on the FX35 (2) in the dimension 275/45/20 instead of the standard bridge 265/60/18. Departure full last season, currently installed on the car. Yoka is lighter than similar competitors, therefore, in combination with forged wheels, it was possible not to increase the weight of the wheel, but even reduce it by 1.5 kg! Despite the reduction in the profile, the car has become more comfortable, softer rides speed bumps and other bumps. The car has become even better and…

  • Excellent driving performance. With a directional pattern, it is quite quiet. Comfortable. Holds up well in fast turns and lane changes. Light.
  • except for squealing in corners .)) no others have been identified

Revainrating 2 out of 5

An unattractive product, an unprofitable purchase.

Until the second season, apart from a small tread pattern, there were no other comments (it is in tact and gives a soft ride and good handling). But for the second season, on the front axle, the rubber began to peel off at the edges, small lamellas were cut off with a blade and hung in small tatters, I didn’t notice this before, but the maintenance master advised me to pay attention. I checked the break and everything is fine. There is an assumption that small stones that clog almost the entire

  • Soft, not noisy, good handling
  • Small tread, clogged with stones. For the second season, the rubber began to exfoliate (the year of manufacture and storage conditions are adequate).